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Those with morals and want to avoid wasting your brain space: AVOID.
I lost a whole lot of respect for Ashton, and this movie and everyone in it and who likes it, within the first 10 minutes the movie started rolling. I'm a big Ashton fan, and this movie was the finale to an Ashton movie marathon, and boy was it a huge letdown. Not only was his acting pretty terrible (there may have been some salvation of his acting if it weren't for the lifetime- drug-addict voice he had throughout the movie), but there's zero point to this movie. The first 40 minutes are basically porn. I don't know about everyone else, but a pseudo-love story about two prostitutes falling in love is pretty pathetic, not to mention pretty morally gross. It was also entirely offensive to women, as well as men who have some sort of moral depth. The last half is the only decent half (hence the rating of 2), as it's not all raunchy sex, cocky men, and Ashton in his dumb suspenders.
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